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Les Fiefs de Lagrange 2015

The second wines of top Bordeaux wines are often the way to go due to the high prices for the classified wines. This one was established in 1985 and is actually from 30 years old vines on gravel soil owned by the Ch Lagrange. 2015 is an excellent vintage in Bordeaux and the nose is packed with elegant red and dark fruit, oak flavours and spice. Full bodied wine with smooth tannin structure and velvety aftertaste. Very good overall quality. Les Fiefs de Lagrange 2015 St.Julien Bordeaux Ca 400NOK or 25€

Morgon 2016 Antoine Sunier

This is a biodynamic produced wine with major parts of the wine fermented in the Beaujolais style- i.e carbonic maceration (fermentation starts within the grapes with no yeast and then normal fermentation occurs). Wines from Morgon are on the more full bodied side of Beaujolais and can also be stored longer than the lighter versions like Chiroubles, Fleurie and Saint Amour. Red colour with a slight brownish rim. Delightful smell of red fruit, earthy flavours and flowers. The taste is beautifully light and balanced with almost no tannins and a delightfully refreshing acidity. This is a very nice, although slightly pricy, Beaujolais. Drink now or keep for a couple more years. Serve slightly chilled. Morgon 2016 Antoine Sunier Beaujolais Ca 14€ or 260 NOK